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Articles

Futurewatch 2007: The Blurring Line Between Entertainment and Enterprise Streaming

A look at the future evolution of organizational communications
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Feb 2007

Ten Questions: Intellectual Property, Copyright, and Streaming Media

Elliot Zimmerman discusses IP issues facing content creators, owners, and publishers.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Feb 2007

Digital Media Patents for Profit

A look at patent trolling as a business strategy
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Feb 2007

2007 Editors' Picks

Featured Articles, Posted 15 Feb 2007

Coming of Age: 2006 Enterprise Year in Review

Personal web video publishing has sparked a sea change in the way companies view online multimedia. Now organizations want to use video for a broad communications platform, not just for presenting corporate events.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Feb 2007

Getting Ready for Primetime: 2006 Mobile Video Year in Review

Mobile video works out the kinks during its 'pilot season'
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Feb 2007

The Perfect Storm: 2006 Media & Entertainment Year in Review

2006 was a turning point for streaming media, but which direction is it headed in now?
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Feb 2007

Streamticker 2006: The Deals That Reshaped the Online Video Space

Google, Adobe, Vitalstream, and more bring mergers and acquisitions of tech companies back to center stage in the mainstream media
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Feb 2007

Publisher's Note: The Phoenix

The rise and fall and rise of streaming media
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Feb 2007

Editor's Note: You Who?

Time and the technology behind user-generated content
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Feb 2007

Super Bowl Advertising 2.0

You'd think that advertisers paying big bucks for Super Bowl commercials would get the most for their money by exploiting online or mobile video tie-ins, but that wasn't always the case. Here are the top five big winners—and a few losers—in cross-platform advertising's big game.
Mon., Feb. 5, by Tejpaul Bhatia and Jim Hopkinson
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Feb 2007

Commentary: YouTube to Share Revenues—But With Whom?

YouTube's announcement that it will begin some sort of revenue-sharing program opens a Pandora’s Box of legal, ethical, and business questions.
Tues., Jan. 30, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Jan 2007

Neal Page, Founder and CEO of Inlet Technologies

Streaming Media Then and Now
Featured Articles, Posted 29 Jan 2007

Commentary: Cisco, TI "Go Video"

The big boys are embracing video, and not without warning. But it was the smaller, scrappy players that got them back in the game.
Tues., Dec. 5, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Dec 2006

Streams of Thought: Passing It On: Recording (and Consuming) Our Hobbies and Habits

Several sites have sprung up recently that feature consumer-generated, how-to video content, a trend that carries with it deeper social meaning than initially meets the eye. Each of these sites—ViewDo.com, VideoJug.com, and ExpertVillage—have several social drivers in common.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Nov 2006

Review: Inlet Technologies Semaphore Pro 2

Semaphore is a positive first step in allowing an average user to accurately assess the quality issues that file-based broadcasting creates. As a standalone product, Semaphore allows for consistent quality control in the field; coupled with FathomPro, Semaphore creates a much more compelling scenario for enhancing mid-sized and large broadcasters’ workflows.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Nov 2006

Review: Grass Valley REV Pro

As an acquisition, editing, and playback format, this newest Iomega mass-storage cartridge has potential, and Grass Valley has done a fine job augmenting Iomega’s product with its own brand of video hardware expertise. The drive and media both performed well; they have a sturdy, rugged feel, and, for an external device, the REV Pro is quiet during operation.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Nov 2006

Review: NewTek TriCaster Pro

NewTek’s TriCaster Pro builds on the solid base of the initial TriCaster but adds features that make it worthy of use in a professional environment. The $6,995 price point positions the product well below the price of other all-in-one products currently on the market, most of which have been created by streaming-centric companies. Given NewTek’s background in video, audio, and RGBHV, the TriCaster product line—with a few tweaks—could rival and outdo products of many times its cost.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Nov 2006

Emerging Media: Remonetizing Content: How Many Times?

Despite the idiosyncrasies of Web 2.0, staid businesspeople are listening to the story and trying to figure out how to remonetize content online as well, adding yet another "window" to the revenue-generation lifespan.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Nov 2006
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